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Technology is advancing is it right for schools to deny it Cellphones are becoming the go-to gadget for anything nowadays It seems as if every month a new advancement in cell phones is made they are becoming a super device Anything that a person can do on a computer they can do on a cell phone Instead of completely rejecting cell-phones during the school-day we can regulate it by only allowing students with c- or better to use it they can only use for ten minutes every hour and only if people let the school monitor it during the school dayHaving and using a cellphone is a privilege so students that work hard to achieve a c- or better are allowed to use them This regulation in itself will make students work hard to get a c- or better so that they can use their cellphone Students always take cellphones for granted if the school was to regulate their devices than they would have a better appreciation for the piece of technology that they own If all of the students want to use their cell phones and all of them have good grades than let them use it in turn this will also give the school great ratings and reviews This is a great regulation to limit cell phones but letting them know that they will get to use their cell phone every hour is even better It is only natural for students to get bored after a certain period of time this is when the cellphones begin to become a distraction so we must promise them a ten-minute break every hour of the school day This regulation will make the students stay focused during that hour because they know that they have a break coming up Kids attitude towards school gets worse as the year goes on because it gets boring if they get break than it will start to have a positive effect
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